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  1. Hi All I am using the Solution at work and have something I can't work out. I have been programming chases with our moving heads which works fine but when I want to run a very slow chase say 5 bpm the movers will go to the first step in the chase then wait for a few seconds before the chase continues and repeats. Once it starts its fine and there is no pause. If I use say the default chase speed of 60 bpm I don't have this problem. This might be how its designed to work, if so is there a work around the issue? On a slightly different note I did the upgrade to 7.8.2 the other day an
  2. Hello every body, Is it possible to edit the speed of a active chaser with the submaster or a preset fader? For live controling would it be very confortable. Massimo
  3. Hey guys, We recently obtained a jesterML 24 deck and it works really nice. We have updated to v3.3 and we are using fixture library 25. Up till now we have actually only used it in manual mode, but now we are at a stage that we want to program chases. Our basic setup consists of some led pars and some moving lights (scanners). We also have some conventional lights, a strobe and a laser. (for the laser we made our on fixture) We would like to use the build in figures for the moving lights for our chases. As we are primarily working with live acts, we would like to control the speed of the m
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